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河北省武邑中学2016届高三上学期周日(1.10)考试英语试题


2015-2016 高三一轮

Time:2016-1-10
组题: 魏军霞 校对: 曲淑芬

周日测试

注意:本试卷分为卷 I(选择题)和卷 II(非选择题)两部分,满分 150 分,考试时间 120 分 钟;所有答案一律做在答题卷上。

第I卷
第一部分 听力(共两节,共 20 小题,每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 做题时,先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案 转涂到答题卡上。 第一节(共 5 小题:每小题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一道小题,从每题所给的 A B C 三个选项中选出最佳选 项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读 下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What?s wrong with their son? A.He is sleepy. B.He feels down. C.He is i11. 2. What?s the man?s attitude to the design? A.He isn?t satisfied with it. B.He likes it. C.He is not interested in it. 3. What will the weather be like tomorrow? A.It will be fine. B.It will be cold. C.It will be beautiful. 4. What does the woman mean? A.She is a visitor. B.Her friend knows the manager. C.She knows the manager. 5. Where does the conversation take place? A.In a bookstore. B.In a department store. C.In a restaurant. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话或对白,每段对话或对白后有几个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选 项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置,听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小 题。每小题 5 秒钟;听完后,各小题给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 7 题。 6.What sports does the man like to play after work? A.Table tennis,running and golf. B.Tennis,jogging and golf. C.Tennis,running and golf. 7.How often does the man play golf? A.About once a week. B.About once a month. C.About once a year. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 1 0 题。 8.What does the man want to do? A.To buy a house. B.To get a job. C.To rent a fiat.

9.What kind of flat does the man prefer? A.The flat with a bathroom and one bedroom. B.The flat with two bedrooms and a sitting room. C.The flat with a bedroom and a kitchen. 10.How much will the man pay for the biggest one each year? A.3,600 dollars. B.2,400 dollars. C.3,000 dollars. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 1 l 至 13 题。 11.What?s the matter with the girl? A.She can't decide whether to go to university or get a job. B.She has trouble in getting a job. C.Her parents don?t want her to go on studying. 12.What is her parents? opinion? A.To start working at once. B.To wait until a proper time. C.To study economics at a university. 13.What might the girl do in the end? A.Go to university. B.Look for a job. C.Study at home and depend on her parents. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 16 题。 14.What is“Cat”? A.It?s a person?s name. B.It?s an animal. C.It's a name of a village. 15.Why doesn't Kathryn surf? A.The waves are too big and the sea is too cold. B.The waves are too small and the sea is too hot C.The waves are too small and the sea is too hot. 16.How long will it take from the town to London? A.About four hours by train. B.About two hours by train. C.About four hours by car. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17.What is the meeting about? A.Hiring new teachers. B.Running a new schoo1. C.Moving to a new campus. 18.When will the college?s new campus be open fully? A.Next year. B.Next month. C.Two years later. 19.What is the plan for the History Department? A.The teacher will be left. B.Everybody will stay in the old building. C.The students will move to the Law Building. 20.Who won't move? A.Agriculture students. B.Law students. C.Engineering students. 第二部分阅读理解(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节(共 15 小题:每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡 上将该项涂黑。 A Words like "thanks" and "please" have become pet phrases for Na Yuegang. As one of the volunteers at this year?s Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum (论坛) , he assists more

than 100 international representatives. But Na Yuegang is not alone. More than 600 volunteers from 13 universities in Beijing contribute to the APEC meeting, according to Beijing Daily. Students take advantage of opportunities to put their skills and interests to work at the forum, and in return they gain valuable work experience and connections. Na Yuegang is an international politics major at Beijing Language and Culture University, and he?s a language enthusiast. In addition to English, he speaks both Thai and Cantonese. He uses his talents to help determine where delegates are from based on their accents.He even gets to use his language skills to communicate with staffers. Through communicating with delegates, he?s developed a deeper understanding of his college major. “Here, I learn the meeting?s agenda(日程安排), how the delegates work, and get a feel for the atmosphere of this international event.” he says. "This experience has made me more curious about the relationship between China and other nations," he says "I want to study these relationships, if possible.” Xu Han, 21, an English major at Beijing University of Technology, is approaching the conference from a different angle. Her job is to introduce delegates to China?s technological innovations like 3D printing machines produced by technological company Tiertime. She is also in charge of showing off cultural relics and she does it all in English. Once, she did a lot of preparation for the process behind a carved lacquer ware(漆器制 品)technique to meet a Thai representative's curiosity. In only four days, she read more than 100 pages of notes. She did her own research online as well. Through her own research she's gained the ability to speak about the subject with confidence. She's constantly on the look out for opportunities to grow. 21. The main purpose of this text is to A. make a brief introduction of the APEC forum B. praise the student volunteers at the APEC forum C. show the students' hardwork at the APEC forum D .encourage students to take personal development opportunities 22. From the text we can learn that Na Yuegang A. majors in English language B. can speak more than three languages C.helps many representatives with their daily work D. starts to take interest in international relationship 23.Which of the following words can best describe XuHan? A. Deligent and skillful C. Honest and kind 24. What would be the best title? B.Smart and creative D. Proud and talktive

A. APEC Forum

B. Students Work Hard at APEC Meeting B

C. Students Make a Hit at APEC ForumD. Experience Comes from Practice Below are some interesting columns from a website: Girl’s Crazy Historical Costumes Stella Ehrhart, a US third-grader, dresses up as a different historical figure every day before school—yes, you heard right! The 8-year-old has been coming to class in a different persona (人物) daily since the second day of second grade, when she showed up as American author Laura Ingalls Wilder. Stella gets ideas for what to wear from the book 100 Most Important Women of the 20
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kindergarten, told AFP. “The children come in to the kindergarten with pleasure and cry when they have to go home. They are happy here,” he added. Taxi Driver Gets Lucky in Las Vegas Bright lights and big wins—this is what Las Vegas is known for, and even the taxi drivers here get lucky. Well, at least recently one did. Adam Woldemarim, 42, discovered $ 221,510 in the back of his van after a long day at work. The money was in a laptop case left between the seats of the Virgin Valley cab. What did Woldemarim do with the cash? He turned it in. The Ethiopian driver soon got a call from the case?s owner who, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, had “won big” and was on his way to the airport when he realized he had forgotten his winnings. Woldemarim was given a $ 2,000 reward. But it was reported that the driver?s fellow taxi drivers thought he should have got a lot more. Eat Crickets ( 蟋 蟀 ) and Worms at a Museum The Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia is putting on a night for meat eaters who want to try some unusual foods. It is hosting a cocktail party on Oct 27 called Cuisine from the Collections. The food on the menu is inspired by the exhibited specimen (标本) at the museum. The event is for adults only. Let?s hope they don?t get a stomach bug from all the insects!

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However, in the past years she has also dressed up as fictional characters including Hermione Granger from Harry Potter. The eager student managed to get through the entire second grade without repeating herself, but now she is running out of ideas. The girl?s parents, who are both theater professionals, say they support their daughter?s “creativity”. Her mother told UK news website The Huffington Post, “She goes into her closet and just picks out what she wants each day.” Learning Soars How do you get a child?s early education off the ground? A head teacher in the Georgian city of Rustavi has found a unique way of creating an exciting learning environment. He has transformed a plane into a kindergarten. Gari Chapidze bought an old but functional Yakovlev Yak-42 from Georgian Airways and filled it with education equipment, games and toys, but left the cockpit (驾驶舱) untouched so it could be used as a play area. “The idea was to create a kindergarten where children go

25. Stella Ehrhart gets ideas on how to dress up every day before school from ________. A. Laura Ingalls Wilder C. Hermione Granger B. a book D. her parents

26. Which of the following is the biggest problem Stella Ehrhart is facing? A. She has to get through the entire second grade dressing up as others. B. She finds her parents no longer offer her as much support as before. C. She finds it hard to think of enough new figures to dress up. D. She has difficulty dressing up without falling behind in study. 27. Yakovlev Yak-42 is a certain kind of ________. A. school B. company C. toy D. plane 28. According to the passage, the van driver ________. A. was lucky to win a laptop case after a long day at work B. was on his way to the airport when he saw the money C. was given a reward but not quite satisfied with the sum D. discovered the money but didn?t keep it for himself C Scientists from England?s Newcastle University have discovered that bacteria have the ability to detect smells, according to a study by the university on Sunday. The team of scientists, led by Dr. Reindert Nijland, discovered that bacteria can detect certain types of smell- producing chemicals, including ammonia (氨) that is produced by other bacteria. Once they sense the smells from other kinds of bacteria, the bacteria will gather together to form a colony (集群) and form a layer of slime (粘液) in order to force the competitors out of their area. The response decreases as the distance between the two bacterial colonies increases. That slime, also known as biofilm, is one of the primary causes of infection on many medical implants(移植物). Biofilms also slow down ships and are believed to cost the marine industry millions of dollars annually. However, they can also be used to clean up spilled oil floating on the sea, as they grow strong on it. “This is the first evidence of a bacterial ?nose?able to detect potential competitors,” Dr. Nijland said in the August 15 statement, which confirms that bacteria possess qualities similar to four of the five senses that humans enjoy (sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell), the others being touch, taste, and sight. “The fact that bacteria formed slime when exposed to ammonia has important significance for understanding how biofilms are formed and how we might be able to use them to our advantage,” he added. Their findings were published in Sunday?s edition of biotechnology journal, and could change the way scientists look at how each of the senses developed over time. “It was thought for a long time that smell existed only in complex living creatures,” Dr. Nijland said. “Now we see that bacteria are able to do the same, so the indication is that the ability may have developed even earlier.”

29. We learn from the text that biofilms _____. A. may cause oil to spill B. can be used to benefit humans C. are the major causes of infection D. are more likely to be found on ships 30. Which of the following describes bacteria correctly? A. They can talk. B. They cannot see C. They cannot hear. D. They can imitate others. 31. The findings may help scientists know more about ______. A. how bacteria reproduce B. the development of the senses. C. how to control bacterial infection. D. the complex relation of living creatures 32. Which of the following would be the best title for the text? A. Bacteria can produce ammonia B. Bacteria have a sense of smell C. Why are biofilms so annoying? D. How do bacteria communicate? D My heart sank when the man at the immigration counter gestured to the back room. I was born and raised in America, and this was Miami, where I live, but they weren?t quite ready to let me in yet. “Please wait in here, Ms. Abujaber,” the immigration officer said. My husband, with his very American last name, accompanied me. He was getting used to this. The same thing had happened recently in Canada when I?d flown to Montreal to speak at a book event. That time they held me for 45 minutes. Today we were returning from a literary festival in Jamaica, and I was shocked that I was being sent “in back” once again. The officer behind the counter called me up and said, “Miss, your name looks like the name of someone who?s on our wanted list. We?re going to have to check you out with Washington.” “How long will it take?” “Hard to say…a few minutes,” he said, “We?ll call you when we?re ready for you.” After an hour, Washington still hadn?t decided anything about me. “Isn?t this computerized?” I asked at the counter, “Can?t you just look me up?” “Just a few more minutes,” they assured me. After an hour and a half, I pulled my cell phone out to call the friends I was supposed to meet that evening. An officer rushed over. “No phones!” he said, “For all we know you could be calling a terrorist cell and giving them information.” “I?m just a university professor,” I said. My voice came out in a squeak.

“Of course you are. And we take people like you out of here in leg irons every day.” I put my phone away. My husband and I were getting hungry and tired. Whole families had been brought into the waiting room, and the place was packed with excitable children, exhausted parents, and even a flight attendant. I wanted to scream, to jump on a chair and shout: “I?m an American citizen; a novelist; I probably teach English literature to your children.” After two hours in detention (扣押), I was approached by one of the officers. “You?re free to go,” he said. No explanation or apologies. For a moment, neither of us moved. We were still in shock. Then we leaped to our feet. “Oh, one more thing,” he handed me a tattered photocopy with an address on it, “If you aren?t happy with your treatment, you can write to this agency.” “Will they respond?” I asked. “I don?t know—I don?t know of anyone who?s ever written to them before.” Then he added,” By the way, this will probably keep happening each time you travel internationally.” “What can I do to keep it from happening again?” He smiled the empty smile we?d seen all day, “Absolutely nothing.” After telling several friends about our ordeal, probably the most frequent advice I?ve heard in response is to change my name. Twenty years ago, my own graduate school writing professor advised me to write under a pen name so that publishers wouldn?t stick me in what he called “the ethnic ghetto”—a separate, secondary shelf in the bookstore. But a name is an integral part of anyone?s personal and professional identity—just like the town you?re born in and the place where you?re raised. Like my father, I?ll keep the name, but my airport experience has given me a whole new perspective on what diversity and tolerance are supposed to mean. I had no idea that being an American would ever be this hard. 33. The author was held at the airport because ______. A. she and her husband returned from Jamaica B. her name was similar to a terrorist?s C. she had been held in Montreal D. she had spoken at a book event 34. She was not allowed to call her friends because ______. A. her identity hadn?t been confirmed yet B. she had been held for only one hour and a half C. there were other families in the waiting room D. she couldn?t use her own cell phone 35. We learn from the passage that the author would ______ to prevent similar experience from happening again.

A. write to the agency C. avoid traveling abroad

B. change her name D. do nothing

第二节(共 5 小题:每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项,选项中有两项为多余 选项。 Chinese Characters Help Improve IQ Chinese characters may be the reason why local children aged between six and 12 display a higher IQ than their peers in Britain, Germany and Australia. The pictographic nature of the Chinese writing system helps to inspire the thinking ability of children. Their intelligence develops better while they learn the characters. 36 I am a retired Chinese-language teacher from Malaysia. From my experiences, I have long noticed that Chinese-medium-educated students always excel in mathematics as compared with those taught in other languages. 37 The words for numerals are all monosyllabic (单音节的) in Their English equivalents—one, two, three, four, five, Chinese. In contrast, their equivalents (对应词) in Malay have two or three syllables, like sa -tu, du-a, ti-ga,em-pat, li-ma,e-nam. 38 six,seven, eight,nine,ten, hundred, thousand,million - include multi-syllabic words, too. 39 Children easily find that it is in the Chinese language that they can do the job fastest. Children taught in Chinese find it easier to learn numerals and can do their calculations much faster. This has been repeatedly proved by reports on Chinese-medium-educated students winning prizes in International Mathematics Olympiads. Mathematics has a lot to do with IQ tests, as it is well proved that children good at numbers tend to have a stronger reasoning ability. will improve their IQ. A. The secret lies in the Chinese characters. B.They are much quicker at learning languages. C. This was discovered by Dr Zeng, assistant professor of psychology at NUS. D. The difference between them is striking when it comes to memorizing the multiplication E. So, I would like to call on Chinese parents to treasure the language of our ancestors. F. It takes a longer time to pronounce these words. G. Therefore, I'm going to teach mathematics if possible. table. 40 Teach the children Chinese so that they can think in the language. Keep their cutting edge in mathematics with the aid of Chinese characters, and this

第三部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) About a week ago, my 4-year-old cousin and I were playing basketball at our local park. The and many other children were outside 41 was warm,

42 . As we played,

I noticed a small group of boys calling his names and that, I grabbed my I stepped to deserve 50 48 46 44

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a smaller, skinner, and possibly younger boy. They were 45 dirt in his face. When I saw

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them and the younger boy, and asked them 51

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around me and helped the small boy off the with them, 55

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the boy quietly said “thank you” and refused, then left there. 56 that there were dozens of other people at the park—some of

As I looked around, I them were 58 57

with children of their own—but no one else had stopped to help this boy. I felt

that the one of the boys was brave enough to stand up against his friends to help someone 20 . I couldn?t help but think that

59 , but I felt sad that no one else had even taken a second

those other parents at the park would want someone to help their child in that situation, and yet they did nothing but stand by. 41. A. climate 42. A. as usual 43. A. picking on 44. A. yet 45. A. noticed 46. A. cousin 47. A. class 48. A. among 49. A. hopefully 50. A. who 51. A. came 52. A. failed 53. A. jumped up 54. A. tree 55. A. so 56. A. expected 57. A. neighbors 58. A. angry B. atmosphere B. as well B. leaving for B. only B. kicked B. son B. family B. at B. finally B. how B. went B. refused B. walked over B. room B. but B. imagined B. friends B. sorry C. air C. as planned C. staying in C. even C. watched C. daughter C. group C. over C. politely C. why C. stood C. agreed C. helped out C. stone C. then C. realized C. classmates C. sad D. weather D. as yet D. taking over D. just D. showed D. boy D. society D. between D. possibly D. what D. talked D. happened D. put away D. ground D. still D. admitted D. parents D. happy

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二 卷
第三部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节: (共 10 小题,每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) Are you facing a situation that looks impossible to fix? In 1969, the pollution was terrible along the Cuyahoga River near Cleveland, Ohio. It (be) unimaginable that it could ever be cleaned up. The river was so polluted that it caught fire and burned. Now, years later, this river is one of environmental cleanup. But the river wasn?t changed in a few days 64 even a few months. It took years of work 63 62 61

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65 (reduce) the industrial pollution and clean the water. Finally, that hard work paid off and now the water in the river is 66 (clean) than ever. 67 is driving

Maybe you are facing and impossible situation. Maybe you have a habit

your family crazy. Possibly you drink too much or don?t know how to control your credit card use. When you face such an impossible situation, don?t you want a quick fix and something to change immediately? While there are 68 (amaze) stories of instant transformation, for most of us the 69

(change) are gradual and require a lot of effort and work, like cleaning up a polluted river. Just be 70 (patience). Li Hua 第二节 短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误.请在有错误的地方增加\删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写上该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下画一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 注意:1.每次错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。 Manager, I am an exchange student from China. Yesterday, I went to your cinema to see a film. The film was very well, but I did not enjoy it because there were some problem in the cinema. First, the film

was delayed as there were so much advertisements at the beginning. It was rather annoyed. Second, the sound of the film was too loud that I could hardly bear. The EXIT signs could not be seen clearly, which presented potential safety hazards. If something terribly should happen, it will be difficult for people to get out quickly. As a visitor to your city, I?m disappointed with my experience in your cinema. I am writing a letter in the hope that you can consider on these problems and make more improvements. Yours faithfully, Li Hua 第三节:书面表达(满分 25 分) 假设你是内蒙红星中学高三(1)班的班长李华, 得知英国学生 Paul 作为交换生, 下学期 将到你班学习。 请你根据以下提示, 给他写封邮件: (1) 表示欢迎 (2) 介绍与本地生活相关的信息(如天气, 饮食等) (3) 介绍本班情况 (4) 希望 Paul 做哪些事情, 以增进中英学生之间的了解和友谊 注意: (1) 请勿提及与考生相关的真实信息。 (2) 可适当加入细节, 使内容充实,行文连贯。 (3) 词数不少于 100; 开头已给出, 不计入总词数。 (4) 参考词汇:交换生 exchange student Dear Paul, I?m Li Hua, monitor of Class One, Grade Three.

武邑中学高三周日考试答案
听力 1-5 BBBAC 阅读 6-10 CBCBA 11-15 ACAAB 16-20 BCAAA

21-24 DBAC 25-28 BCDD 36-40 CAFDE 完形 41-45 DBACB 46-50 ACDCD 语法填空 61. was 62. actually 63. the 66. cleaner 67. which/that 70. patient
短文改错 Well-good;

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51-55 CDBDB 56-60 CDDCD 64. and 65. to reduce 68. amazing 69. changes

problem-problems; much-many; annoyed-annoying; too-so;

bear 后面加 it; terribly-terrible; will-would; (最后一句中) a-the; 去掉 on

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Text 1 W:Where is our son,dear? M:He is in his bedroom.He has been in n bad mood after schoo1. Text 2 W:Here?s a model of our latest design.What do you think of it? M:Well,I'm interested in it. Text 3 W:It?s a lovely day today,isn?t it? M:It?s beautiful.Enjoy it while it lasts.It?s supposed to get cold tomorrow. Text 4 M:Excuse me,where can I find the manager in this building? W:Sorry,I?m not familiar with this building.My friend lives here. Text 5 M:We?d like to order.please. W:Fine.And what would you like? Text 6 W:Hi.Mark.Haven?t seen you for ages.Ⅵmat are you doing? M:I?m busy with my experiments but after work I often play some sports. W:Like what? M:Like tennis.running and golf. W:Golf? That?s my favorite game.How often do you play it,Mark? M:I usually play it about once a month.What about you, Hingis? W:I play it every Sunday. M:Where do you go?

W:The Country Club.Do you know it? M:Yes,I was there once.You?re going to play next Sunday, I suppose. W:Certainly.Let?s meet at the clubhouse at 1: 30 in the afternoon. M:Good.See you then. Text 7 W:Can I help you? M:Yes,I'm looking for a flat. W:To buy or to rent? M:Oh,to rent. W:How much do you want to pay? M:About two hundred dollars a month. W:Well,I've got one here on Sydney Road.It?s two hundred and fifty dollars a month. M:How big is it? W:It has a kitchen,a bathroom and one bedroom. M:Well,actually,I'd prefer something bigger if that?s possible. W:Here?s a bigger one.It?s opposite the park. M:How much is it? W:It?s three hundred dollars a month.It?s the biggest flat we?ve got in this area. M:What?s it like? W:Well,there are two bedrooms,a sitting room,a kitchen and a bathroom. M:It sounds very interesting.Can I go and see it? W:Of course,sir. Text 8 W:I can?t decide whether to go to university or get a job.What do you think? M:Well,if 1 were you,1 would go on studying. W:But I don?t even know what to study. M:I advise you to major in economics. W:That?s what my parents want me to do. M:You should take their advice.They know what?s the best for you.The more you learn, the better jobs you?ll get. W:But my friends will have jobs and have a lot of fun while I spend all my time doing reading and writing. M:But if you go to university,you still have time for fun. W:What you say makes sense.I?ll think it over.Thank you for the advice. Text 9 M:Hello! Can I have your name please? W:Cat. M:Cat? Uh,is that short for something? W:Short for Kathryn. M:OK,Kathryn.And where are you from? W:England. M:Which part of England? W:The southeast.A small town just by the seaside. M:Nice.Do you surf?

W:It?s not the kind of place where you can surf. The waves are too small and the sea is too cold. M:It sounds like a great place.How far is it from London? W:Ah,about 70 miles,and it takes about two hours by train. M:So when you go to London,you go by train? W:Normally,because you can?t drive.there?s nowhere to park. M:OK.Great.Thanks. Text 10 Good morning,ladies and gentlemen.I called this meeting to discuss our college?s new campus,which will be open fully next year. We plan to move our students to the new place in groups,so please listen carefully.The Agriculture students won?t move at all. As you know,their new place was opened last year,and they are well placed for both labs and classroom space.The Arts students,however,are a different case.History students are all moving,but unfortunately,their teachers will be left in the old buildings,as their new offices are still being painted.Better news for the engineers.Your teachers, staff,and students are already moving to the new campus. A lab is in operation. The move for the engineers should be completed next week. The department of law has been moved downtown.We?re accepting suggestions for the ways school buildings could be used. So, if you have further doubts or questions, please let us know. Thank you. 书面表达 Dear Pual I?m Li Hua, monitor of Class One, Grade Three. I?m very delighted to learn that you?re coming to our class to study with us next term. I, on behalf of the whole class, welcome to China warmly. It is a great honour for me to tell you some information relevant to the local life. First, our traditional foods are steam-bread and rice. I hope you can get used to them soon. In addition, the climate here is very similar to that in the UK , so there is no need for you to worry about it. Now I?ll introduce our class to you. Our class is made up of 52 students. All of whom are hard-working and friendly. There is no doubt that you can get along well with them. Our teachers are kind to us and treat us as their friends. Last of all, I would appreciate it if you can so something, such as helping us practise our spoken English, and introducing something about British culture, to promote the understanding and friendship between the students of the two countries. Looking forward to seeing you. Yours


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